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International high-tech companies present their innovations together with IVAM in California

25.01.2017

For the fourth time, the IVAM Microtechnology Network is going to present a joint booth at the medical exhibition MD&M West 2017 in California from February 7-9, 2017.
The IVAM joint booth will be branded as “Micro Nanotech“ area and can be found in hall C. 13 international exhibitors will showcase technologies and products that constantly make medical technology products safer, cheaper and more reliable.

MD&M West in Anaheim is considered to be the world's largest trade fair for design and manufacturing in medical technology. The visitors of MD&M West are mostly developers and decision makers from the manufacturing industry of medical technology.


Bartels micropumps can be used in the most diverse fields of medical technology, e.g. infusion therapy.

Bartels Mikrotechnik GmbH


22 times bending press This part is 10mm long with 22 bending pieces, the accuracy within ±0.03mm. By preparing 7sets of bending die in-house, our highly skilled engineer makes 30 pieces in a week.

NISINO SEIKI CO., LTD.

AEMtec GmbH provides development and manufacturing services for complex electronic and optoelectronic assemblies. By providing back-end wafer level production services (UBM, SBA, Dicing) along with manufacturing services (COB, FC, SMT), AEMtec reduces supply chain time, risk and cost.

Assuming responsibility for the entire production chain and full product quality enables potential errors to be more easily identified and eliminated and production processes to be adjusted and improved accordingly. In addition, customers do also benefit from a long-term experience.

Bartels Mikrotechnik GmbH is specialized in innovative applications of micro systems technology. The main focus of the company is the medical field. Due to several benefits like size, weight or low energy, Bartels micropumps are well used in drug delivery and diagnostics systems.

Another business segment of Bartels is offering development services. For many years the team of Bartels microEngineering has been initiating a high number of product innovations around the micropump. The team has a lot of experience in supporting customers from the first idea of a microsystem to serial production.

As an owner-managed contract service provider, BYTEC Medizintechnik GmbH has been developing and manufacturing medical devices and turn-key systems for the demanding areas of surgery, therapy and diagnostics for 25 years. Through core know-how of efficient product engineering, tailored hard- and software development, project management, preparation of risk analysis, documentation, CE and FDA certification support, international standard manufacturing and services, the company turns ideas into reality for their clients.

Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH is offering coating equipment solutions for medical and pharmaceutical applications in sheet-to-sheet or in roll-to-roll equipment solutions.

Ginolis Oy is a global provider of assembly automation and liquid handling solutions for the medical device and diagnostics industries. From standard products to customized systems, Ginolis offers an extensive range of solutions based on its modular automation platforms. The company boasts patents in dispensing, micro fabrication and precision robotics. Established in 2010, Ginolis is headquartered in Oulu, Finland with offices in San Diego, USA, Uppsala, Sweden and Suzhou, China. The company will be showcasing the revolutionary Lateral Flow Device Assembly (LFDA-3) system at MD&M West.

JENOPTIK Optical Systems presents specific OEM system and applications solutions for the healthcare & life science sector. These include high-performance lasers and polymer-based optoelectronic sub-systems, involving lens systems, microoptics and optoelectronics especially for analysis, diagnostics, therapy, endoscopy, ophthalmology and dermatology. Examples are next-generation DNA analysis, LASIK, and blood glucose measurements.

Jueke Systemtechnik GmbH is an OEM system supplier and service provider for precision engineering and electronics on high standard. Development, construction, manufacturing and assembly – the company offers various and comprehensive services.

Kashima Bearings, Inc. machines unique plastic ball-bearings and bushings for use in industrial environments. The plastic bearings have 5 major characteristics: they do not rust, do not require lubricants, ignore magnetic fields, resist chemical changes and insulate components from electrical contact. Kashima Bearings manufactures plastic bearings for almost all metal-standard sizes, as well as the most unique sizes and shapes. The bearings are used for MRI, antiseptic equipment, serological testing apparatuses, anesthesia apparatuses and others.

MicroSystems presents various micro-molded components for the pharmaceutical, electronic and blood analysis market. One microfluidic component on display incorporates 100 micron micro channels, together with integrated optics with a surface finish of 20μm Ra. This part demonstrates how the company can incorporate a “nanostructure” within a customer’s logo which creates a hologram as an “anti-counterfeiting” feature.

NanoFocus AG presents inspection tools to analyze high-tech components in modern medical engineering like implants for biocompatibility, longevity and accuracy. The confocal 3D microscope μsurf expert is optimized for use in testing and development laboratories. With 4 mega pixel camera, data acquisition in 16 Bit, linear encoders on all axes and flexible automation options it fulfills the highest requirements in the field of non-contact surface metrology.

NISINO SEIKI CO., LTD. meets customers’ needs through a consolidated value for prototyping and processing of parts by providing a wide variety of solutions through sheet metal processing, pressing and lathe machining with latest equipment and manufacturing system. The company offers production as small as a sesame seed by fine pressing technology quickly and at low cost and is able to deliver small lot orders ranging from 1 to 1000 units. NISINO has experience of overseas shipment as well. The product application fields cover the industry of medical, optical, automotive etc.

Osypka Medtech Inc. is an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and is dedicated to working with medical device manufacturers and suppliers to manufacture innovative, quality product solutions. The company provides device technology using the latest state-of-the-art design, manufacturing equipment and methods to meet customer expectations, while maintaining compliance with regulations and industry standards. Osypka has the capability to design, develop, validate and manufacture finished medical implants, including AIMD.

Weitere Informationen:

http://www.ivam.de/news/PM_mdm_west2017

Mona Okroy-Hellweg | idw - Informationsdienst Wissenschaft

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